It doesn’t take much for Laurel to be inspired for an interior’s design. Such is the example of this pink gin bottle she spotted during one of her travels. I agree! The colors in this photo are simple and sophisticated at the same time. Let’s look at how to use this beautiful color in our homes. Get ready to blush!
Each Sunday we’ll share a design that caught our eye and we took some time to savor. Ready for a DIY vanity project like this one shared via a beautiful mess. At first glance we are blushing a tad! With a closer look, we see a perfectly personalized bath.
Each Sunday we’ll share a design that caught our eye and we took some time to savor. This week let’s look at this attractive bathroom via home styling blog. At first glance we see a large, white bath. With a closer look, we see so many small details that welcome us right in!
Monday we showed you four homes that all have something in common. Something free that makes every interior the best it can be. Did you figure out what we are talking about? It’s in traditional design and in modern design. Farmhouse to Jetson decor. Your home and ours.
Regardless of a homes decor, traditional, transitional, or modern, the desire to simplify remains a top priority for so many. Yet, actually cleaning out, up or organizing an area can be a challenge. Closets, garages, basements are all on the wish list of areas to conquer. These larger areas can be daunting, but a bath…now that is a space where we can quickly make progress!
Bathroom projects are big. Every home has one and others have multiple baths. Except in rare cases, the bathrooms we get calls about are in functional condition. But that’s not all we want from the smallest rooms in our homes. Nope, we need them to be the rooms that transform us each day. Rooms that keep our kids happy and trick them into getting ready for bed. We long for them to be our private sanctuaries…a “Calgon take me away” spot. It’s a lot to ask of such small real estate. Tub vs shower. That is a big question.